Ever wonder what communication between a detective and a ghost might look like? Read our review of Paranormal Detectives to find out.
Category - Party Games
Party games are amongst the most popular titles, with many being familiar even to very casual gamers. These games are specifically designed to accommodate large groups, and often use simple but flexible rules to maximize player engagement. Because the emphasis is on player interaction, party games frequently focus on social deduction at some level, as seen in games as diverse as Apples to Apples, Werewolf, and Codenames.
Join Boardgame Brody as he markets all these amazing names in his video review of Gorilla Marketing by Roxley Games.
Read our review of Stay Cool, a party game which will cause you to trip up answering some of the simplest questions.
If you enjoy games like Telestrations, check out our review of Draw Your Own Conclusions to see how Grey Fox Games has drawn up a new style of party game.
Boardgame Brody chooses the wildest and best animal to compete in 3 different competitions in The Champion of the Wild video review.
Read our spoiler-free review of Mystery House: Adventures in a Box to learn more about this cooperative 3-D escape room game.
Join Boardgame Brody in his unboxing of Gorilla Marketing where he finds a surprise in the box that is just bananas!
Check out Boardgame Brody's video review of Phantom. Crown. Detective, a great deduction party game where you win when anyone in your faction wins!
If you enjoy spreading a bit of fake news, and your group loves trivia, then Game of Lies might be right up your alley. Read our review of Game of Lies to find out if this party game belongs on your shelf.
Can this little bag of letters be your new favorite word making game? Read our review of JABUKA to see if you’re up to this caffeine-fueled challenge.